The most cultivated mushroom in the world is Agaricus Bisporus, followed by Shiitake (Lentinula edodes), Pleurotus, Auricularia and Volvariella volvacee, as well as being highly appreciated for its characteristic sensoriality, the mushroom is also used as a medicinal source. Its composition CONTAINS BIOLOGICALLY COMPOUNDS ACTIVES SUCH AS, POLYSACCHARIDES, GLYCOPROTEINS and antioxidant properties.
Most of them have active antimicrobial and antiviral properties. Recent studies also indicate that some polysaccharides present in these mushrooms can help reduce the effects of aging, as they reduce the damage caused by free radicals.
The textile fiber is produced from agricultural and food industry waste, processed with viscose technology to obtain innovative and sustainable fabrics.

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